Tens of thousands of people are benefiting from improved agriculture practices, higher yields and increased income.
CRS supported construction of a pipeline system so that villagers now have a consistent supply of water and all the related benefits it brings.
Ethnic groups find common ground to maintain their shared source of clean water.
Residents admit to stealing water, which was often of poor quality, before CRS built water taps and retention tanks in remote mountain villages.
In this drought-stricken region, rehabilitated water pumps transform daily life.
Filters supply drinking water, improve health and take the first step toward a larger system that will bring safe water into homes.
CRS’ Kenya-RAPID project brings sustainable water systems to rural families.
Women and girls freed from long daily water hauls have time for education, business activities.
Farmers can’t grow food without good soil and water—that’s why our work is increasingly focused on improving these basic elements.